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Posting a negative payment (adjustment) using FP05

Hello,

Is there any way to post negative payment using FP05? Actually when I tried to post it did work but only when no receivable exist on the account. If there is a receivable then it posted a debit on the account with a description write off debit. Is there any way to post this adjustment (negative) payment?

Regards,

AJAY.

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2012 at 12:03 PM

    Hi Ajay,

    Create an entry at below SPRO path (table TE305), so it will allow negative amounts in FP05 posting.

    Financial accounting>>Contract accounts payable & receivable>>Basic functions>>Postings & documents>>Document>>Maintain document assignments>>Maintain transactions for IS-U/IS-T>>Maintain transactions for payments on account

    Specify company code, main transaction and sub transaction of line item (main / sub of payment) for which negative amount should be allowed in FP05. Specify SHKZG - "Debit/Credit" field as 'S' (debit), and XMANB - "Can be posted manually" field as 'X'.

    Hope this is the config you required.

    Thanks,

    Murtuza

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  • Posted on Apr 21, 2012 at 04:35 PM

    What is the business process here? A payment adjustment should be made thru returns, reversal, or as last resort as a manual adjustment via FPE1 type posting.

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